Andrew Klavan: At the Corner of Hollywood and New Media
March 5, 2012 - 10:55 pm
- The shock news last week of Andrew Breitbart’s passing away.
- The tone of the left when the news broke.
- A follow-up on Drew’s PJM post back in November, in which he asked, “Why don’t we make more attempts to seize the mainstream back from the dishonest left?”
- How the conservative novelist can construct a moral universe.
- Shows about nothing, and Hollywood’s love of the nihilistic universe.
- “The Ten Hardest Movies To Turn Off Once You Start Watching Them,” and what they say about the future of the movie industry.
I’ve admired Andrew’s work ever since seeing True Crime with Clint Eastwood in a San Jose theater back in 1999, and have featured his PJTV material numerous times on PJM’s Sirius-XM show during its run. But I had never spoken with Andrew before the National Review Cruise this past November. So it was great to ask him some thoughts on new media, Hollywood, conservatism, and the future of the movie industry.
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